Hello hello! You’d probably know that I hardly ever randomly put up posts in the middle of the day, but here’s an announcement. ChloeAsh is mentioned in The Star newspaper Section 2 today! Thanks to Hanny for notifying me! So hello The Star newspaper readers! I was interviewed ages ago, I really have forgotten about it.
Zeee Ay. ZA. Truthfully, I haven’t used anything from this drugstore brand before. So, when these landed on my table, I thought it would be a good opportunity to try them out. I have with me Za Cheeks Groovy 01 Glowing Pink and Za Eyes Groovy 03 Icy Smoky. One performs better than the other, so if you’re interested to know more, read on after the jump to find out.
I haven’t been talking much about face powders lately. I was distracted by all those pretty lip and eye products. This loose powder featured today is something that’s been around for ages. It just took me yonks to finally try it out, and I am not disappointed. Let me tell you my history with loose powders. I have never been a fan because they just slide off me in less than an hour. Also, those I tried leave a “powdered face” look so I just stick with my Lunasol one. For more coverage, I’d use a compact powder foundation.
Lash King. That’s quite a big name. I wonder if Dowager of Mascaras can beat that This is my first Japanese brand mascara and I remember some of you recommending this mascara to me too. So when this landed on my table, I was of course excited to try. Naturally, my expectation is for a positive review too.
Do liquid foundations sometimes just sit on your skin and no matter how you buff it in, it just refuses to blend into the skin? Do powder foundations make you look all cakey and well, powdery? Do foundations look patchy and especially oily around your T-zone by midday? I experienced all 3 before, and Dior Radiant Base Skin-Refining Pro Lighting Makeup Base got rid of them!